THE social and economic impact of termite infestation on families in Lautoka and Vanua Levu is worrying, says Assistant Minister for Women, Children and Social Protection Sashi Kiran. That’s the big news on the front page of The Fiji Times for Monday, June 26.
The second story on the front page is about sedition laws. We have got to be more mature about freedom of expression, says lawyer Richard Naidu. Calling for the abolition of sedition laws at the 2023 Prosecutors Conference at the Warwick Fiji Resort on Saturday, he said that freedom of expression was anything but tidy, orderly, or easy – and life would be boring if it was.
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